St Botolph Aldgate Parish:
Pauper Settlement, Vagrancy and Bastardy Exams

21st November 1785 - 13th January 1787

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Image 68 of 1117th September 1786

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Nicholas Osborn< no role > maketh oath that he
was heretofore hired & lived as a hired Servant at Certain
Wages by & with Mr Dunderidge a Sugar Refiner
in the Parish of St James at Garlickhith in the City of
London & Continued in Such Service there under Such
hiring for the Space of one year & three Quarters That
he has not Since lived as a hired Servant for the Space of
a year elsewhere nor rented a house of the yearly rent
or Value of Ten Pounds or Served any Parish office
or paid any Poors rates or Kings Taxes or done any
Act to gain a Subsequent Settlement That he hath
a wife named Sarah< no role > and a Child named Nicholas< no role >
aged Nine Years the lawful Issue of this Deponent
by his Said wife to whom he was lawfully married

Sworn this. 7. day
of September 1786 before
Robt. Smith< no role > R Davies

The Mark of
Nicholas [mark] Osborn< no role >

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